Frequently Asked Questions

Like most businesses we’ve had to adapt to the post-Covid world. In order to be efficient and keep ticket prices down we are now a 100% online business. Our entire box office system is automated and answers to common questions can be found below. We no longer operate an over the phone or email contact system but to assist guests have outlined common questions people have about our events below:


Get answers to frequently asked questions here…

Still not sure? Arrive at the event a couple of minutes before registration opens and one of our friendly event crew will be happy assist.

Who can attend The Post Mortem Live
The Post Mortem Live is built mainly for students and healthcare professionals studying healthcare courses and biosciences, many of our events are organised in partnership with universities and for 2021 will be held in event spaces both on and off university campuses.
The event is open to non-students as well as those with an interest in anatomy & physiology.


What is included in my ticket?
Ticket prices include everything you need to take part in the event including basic PPE, masks, hats, gloves, printed anatomy diagrams, literature packs, specimens and clinical consumables.


Do I need to bring anything?
The only thing you need to bring is a pen, You should also bring a bottle of drinking water and any snacks you may need. You will not be permitted to eat or drink in the event space for health and safety purposes. Some events are held in close proximity to refreshment facilities however this cannot be guaranteed.


What time do I need to attend?
Registration begins at 0930. If you are under 18 you must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Event start and end times vary so attendees should check their tickets for the
event times.


What happens at the event?
The Post Mortem Live offers the chance to get hands on with real anatomical specimens of porcine origin contextualised into a simulated human body dissection. Using our state-of- the-art cadaver we’ll take you quite literally into the bowels of the post mortem process
where you’ll have the chance to get hands on with real specimens, conduct real technical dissection and even ascertain the cause of death. An experience like no other.